SAO PAULO — Brazil's car component industry's export volume is on the decline due partly to competition from the U.S., Canada and Mexico, plus the devaluation of the euro and the financial crisis in Argentina. The situation is causing the car-part segment to ratchet down its projections for exports this year and may wind up importing more parts than it exports in dollar terms. Visteon Corp., which exports 75% of its products, now is seeking alternatives on the domestic market. Delphi ...

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